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Public spaces in the Flickr pool

Here are our favorite new images from the Greater and Lesser Washington Flickr pool, showcasing the best and worst of the Washington region.

Takoma Station. Photo by Dan Lawrence 62.

Union Market. Photo by Andrew-Benson.

Natural History Museum. Photo by Brandon Kopp.

C&O Canal. Photo by jacquesofalltrades.

Patrick Henry Elementary School, Arlington. Photo by wolfkann.

Got a picture that depicts the best or worst of the Washington region? Make sure to join our Flickr pool and submit your own photos!

Aimee Custis is a wonk, communicator, and professional advocate at the Coalition for Smarter Growth. Her writing represents her own views, though they're often aligned with her employer's. Weekends, you'll find Aimee at home in Dupont Circle or practicing her other love, wedding photography


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Usually I find these ho-hum. But all the pictures this week are excellent. Keep up the good work Aimee

by Mw on Feb 9, 2013 8:55 am • linkreport

Yes, I really like the Escher-esque on the Natural History Museum Rotunda.

by Kolohe on Feb 9, 2013 10:26 am • linkreport

Thanks! It's entirely dependent on what people upload into the Flickr pool in any given week, but I try to balance beautiful photography and relevant subject matter. This week, I got lucky!

by Aimee Custis on Feb 9, 2013 11:39 pm • linkreport

To each their own. I'm actually not crazy about this week's selections (except the last one).

by CJ on Feb 12, 2013 9:24 am • linkreport

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